BOSTON (CBS) — Boston’s famous “skinny house” in the North End has sold for $1.25 million.
“44 Hull Street received multiple offers and went under agreement for over list price in less than one week,” CL Properties said.READ MORE: Record Fall Warmth: An Unprecedented Autumn In New England
The home is just over 1,100 square feet – but it’s only 10 feet wide.
READ MORE: As Pediatricians Get Ready To Give COVID Vaccine To Children, Some Doctors Say Review The Data
It has two bedrooms and one bathroom. There’s also a private garden and roof deck.
The story of the unique building, called a “spite house,” dates back to when a man returned home from the Civil War and learned his brother had taken the property. So the man built the tiny house to block sunlight from his brother’s home.MORE NEWS: 'We Thought It Was Going To Explode' Fans On Way To ALCS At Fenway Talk About Houston Plane Crash